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China Aims to Protect Environment through Tax
Simon Chadwick
Simon Chadwick is a Professor of Sports Enterprise at Salford University, Manchester in the UK, where he is also a member of the Centre for Sports Business. His academic research has appeared in journals including Sloan Management Review, the Journal of Advertising Research, and Thunderbird International Business Review. He has published fifteen books on sport and is a sports business columnist both for The Conversation and for the International Centre for Sports Security’s journal. Among his consultancy activities, Chadwick has worked with numerous organizations involved in sport including Adidas, FC Barcelona, and the Chinese Football Association. Chadwick’s views on sport are regularly covered by the media – he has been quoted in publications across the world including in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, the Financial Times, The Economist and China Daily. He also regularly appears on television, where he has commented on sport for broadcasters such as CNN, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera, the BBC, CNBC, and CCTV.
China's FIFA World Cup is Inevitable
Nate Maynard
Nate Maynard works on environmental issues ranging from climate change to the circular economy. A Fulbright fellowship to study coral reef economics originally brought him to Taiwan where has since also consulted on green business development and clean power . He is currently a PhD student at National Chengchi University.
World Environment Day: 5 Easy Ways to Reduce Plastic Waste
China Labour Bulletin
CLB was first established in Hong Kong in 1994 as a bi-lingual, monthly newsletter designed to inform international trade unionists of events inside China and to let Chinese workers know about domestic labour news and the role of trade unions. CLB remains committed to supporting the workers’ movement in China and in creating genuine trade unions that can take the movement to the next level.
Wage Cuts Drive China's Online Food Delivery Workers to Strike
GlobalVoices 全球之聲
全球之聲(Global Voices)由超過三百名遍佈世界各地的部落客與翻譯者組成,協力帶給您關於各部落格圈及公民媒體的最新報導,特別著重那些在國際主流媒體上鮮少被聽見的聲音。
Threats to Online Expression Plague South Asia
Magdalene is an online publication that offers fresh perspectives beyond the typical gender and cultural confines. They channel the voices of feminists, pluralists and progressives, or just those who are not afraid to be different, regardless of their genders, colors, or sexual preferences. They aim to engage, not alienate. Magdalene is based in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Gender Equality Is a Far-fetched Dream in the Indonesian Countryside
China Brief
The Jamestown Foundation’s China Brief is a primary source of timely information and cutting-edge analysis for policy-makers, intelligence and military personnel, academics, journalists, and business leaders.
How China Controls the Trade War Message
Cat Thomas
Cat Thomas is a freelance journalist based in Taipei. She covers anything from culture to tech to travel, and sometimes all of those combined if she can swing it.
Pro-LGBT Group Demands Investigation amid Allegations of Election Misconduct
Steven Crook and Katy Hui-wen Hung
Steven Crook has freelanced for Taiwan’s English-language newspapers and inflight magazines in the region since 1996, writing about travel, culture, business and environmental issues as well as food. Katy Hui-wen Hung is an avid collector of recipes and culinary stories, as well as a passionate advocate of Taiwanese cuisine. She has assisted a number of well-known food writers on their Taipei food assignments, including Andrea Nguyen (www.vietworldkitchen.com) and Robyn Eckhardt (http://eatingasia.typepad.com).
How American Aid and Trade Changed the Taiwanese Diet
Oiwan Lam
Oiwan Lam is the is the Regional Editor for Northeast Asia for Global Voices. Lam is a media activist, researcher and educator currently based in Hong Kong.
Malaysian Government Uses Barking Chicken to Celebrate Year of the Dog
Christopher Magoon
Christopher Magoon is a 4th year medical student at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and a Fulbright Scholar studying Mandarin and Public Health in China. His work has appeared in The Atlantic, Foreign Policy, Atlas Obscura, and others. He welcomes your contact at www.christophermagoon.com or on Twitter @c_magoon.
Did the 1918 Spanish Flu Pandemic Originate in China?
Jack Smith
Jack Smith is a queer columnist living in Beijing.
OPINION: Sina Weibo’s Gay Content U-Turn Was No Victory
Jocelle Koh
Jocelle Koh is an all-round media creative who dedicates her efforts to understanding Mandarin pop music and the Taiwanese entertainment industry from all angles. Her aim is to assist in bridging the gap between Eastern and Western cultures through music, and runs her own platform Asian Pop Weekly dedicated specifically to this.
INTERVIEW: Meimeiwawa’s Esther Veronin on Feminism in Taiwan